In the video: Netanyahu: "I believe it is possible to bring about a reform that will provide an answer to both sides" (Photo: Leam)
The legal adviser to the government Gali Beharev Miara announced this morning (Friday) that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu violated the ruling of the High Court when he publicly announced last night that he would begin to deal with the issue of the legal revolution. In a letter she sent, Beharev Miara wrote that "Your statement and any action taken by you contrary to the law is illegal Netanyahu
in his speech last night that after the approval of the law on accruals, he will be able to engage in legal reform. However, Beharev Miara clarified that amending the legislation does not exempt him from the conflict of interest settlement, and therefore he must refrain from any initiatives to change the judicial system and the composition of the committee for the selection of judges. "You must avoid taking actions that raise a reasonable fear of the existence of a conflict of interest between your personal interests relating to the criminal proceedings and your role as prime minister," the ombudsman wrote.
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